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Aug 10, 2009 12:00am EDT
group america believes is in close alignment with al qaeda, but others received training. >> somalia, and north africa more broadly, is the new training ground for al qaeda. the structure is there, not in afghanistan, as it was 10 years ago. >> one man was charged with the terrorism-related offense, and it is alleged that at least one of them travel to somalia to seek a mandate legitimizing the attack. with a close relationship with america, and troops in afghanistan, australia has been a target in recent times. but this could be different, according to the police, went instead to the turmoil in the horn of africa. >> police in khartoum broke up the trial of a women exposed of indecency, facing 40 lashes for wearing trousers and a restaurant. it has provoked an outcry among human rights groups. iran holding three americans who travelled illegally into the country from neighboring kurdistan. they say that they strayed into the border while hiking. hillary clinton called on to iran to return as quickly as possible. thousands of palestinian fat of members attended their firs
Aug 15, 2009 7:00pm EDT
' families in america were very different. the bbc found he was likely to be freed in days because he has terminal prostrate government. the decision hasn't yet been made. >> the bomb which blew up pan am flight 103 claimed more lives than any other act of terrorism in modern brittish history. the man convicted of the atros i did -- atrocity is serving a live sentenceer near glasgow. he is also terminally ill with prostrate cancer and desperate to spend what time he has left at home with his family. a prospect strongly opposed by many relatives of those killed in the bombing. >> you don't allow someone who has murdered, through premeditated murder of 270 innocent people, and let them walk away from their prison term. sorry. just not -- it's just not just, and it's not fair. >> i am really absolutely dumbfounded at the idea the scottish government would release him on compassionate or any other grounds, and if, in fact, this is true, this is the coward he's way out. >> yet among the families of the 270 people who died, this are those campaigning for his immediate he release. >> i do
Aug 22, 2009 10:00pm EDT
great. >> outrage. from great america. >> eldridge escalated. in the u.k. the foreign secretary said he was appalled by the reaction he received. >> of asleep the site of a mass murderer getting a heroes' welcome is deeply distressing, above all for the two hundred 70 families who grieve every day for the loss of their loved ones in 21 years ago, but also for anyone who has an ounce of humanity in them. >> so far, there has been no sense in trying from government ministers. we still await the statement from gaddafi himself. heads of state will defend -- descend on this country to mark the 40th anniversary of the revolution that brought colonel khadafy to power. the last thing the libyan leader wants is a storm of international condemnation to overshadow the country's big celebration. back to you. >> millions of afghans defied threats from the taliban and voted for present for only the second time ever. afghan forces mounted a huge security operation, but officials say 26 people were killed in attacks by surgeons. -- attacks by insurgents. >> of gun battle on the couple -->> funding was
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